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. >>> the christmas day murder/suicide in grapevine, texas. we're "outfront" tonight. man on tv: ...rbis and 36 homers. swings at the first pitch and fouls it deep back into the stands. [ding] [fans whirring] announcer: chill raw and prepared foods promptly. one in 6 americans will get sick from food poisoning this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. >>> police release the haunting 911 call from the christmas day murder/suicide in grapevine, texas, that took the lives of seven family members. in it, the gunman who had dressed up as santa claus is heard whispering about the rampage. >> hello, grapevine, 911. >> help me. help me. >> you need help? >> are you sick? >> i'm shooting people. >> do you need an ambulance or police? hello? one moment. >> he was said to have been marital and financial problems opened fire on his estranged wife, his teenage children, his wife's sister, her husband and his niece before turning the gun on himself. in fact, just 30 minutes before the 911 call was made his niece sent this text message to a friend. i'm going to quote it. so we're here. we just got here and my u
texas, co-chair of the deficit super committee which, of course, sir, i want to talk about. let me start first with this payroll issue. how is this going to end? >> well, i wish i knew, erin. my mother-in-law says the least you can do is show up. we're waiting for our democratic colleagues to at least show up and negotiate. what's a little bit ironic here is that there's only one body of congress that has given the president what he claimed he wanted, and that is the house. the house passed a bill that extends the social security payroll tax holiday. for a year. the senate didn't do that. the house passed a deal that ic tended the extended unemployment insurance for a year. the senate didn't do that. the president said, we need to work over the holidays. we have members of congress in washington right now tonight waiting on their democratic colleagues to come and work. it's ironic that it's the house that's giving the president what he says he wants. yet he criticizes us. i hope we can get this done. it's also ironic, the reason we're here, frankly, is because the president's economic po
's paper. 911 call from the christmas day murder/suicide in grapevine, texas, that took the lives of seven family members. in it the gunman who had dressed up as santa claus is heard whispering about the rampage. >> hello, grapevine, 911. >> help me. help me. >> youio need help? >> are you sick? >> i'm shooting people. >> do you need an ambulance or police? hello? one moment. >> he was said to have been marital and financial problems opened fire on his estranged wife, his teenage children, his wife's sister, her husband and his niece before turning the gun on himself. in pack, just 30 minutes before the 9 len call was made his niece sent this text message to a friend. i'm going to quote it. so we're here. we just got here and my uncle is here, too, dressed as santa. awesome. she then sent a second text 15 minutes later. now he wants to be all fartherly and win father of the year. police now believe that before he killed himself he tried to stage the crime scene by placing one of the two guns used in the killings in the hands of his brother-in-law, but according to authorities once he reali
with you, of course, you're a texas governor, that's what you're going to say. and as a senior congressional correspondent, part time congress may not sound like a bad idea. >> great to see you as always. dana bash joining us from washington. let's bring in robert zirmman, a democratic strategist and republican strategist. thank you for joining us. let's just think about this for a second. mike huckabee makes a point. we're not expecting terrible weather particularly for io wans. >> if it's nice, those people who like romney will come out and vote. if it's not nice, they might say it's kind of cloudy outside. i'm hanging out inside, but the ron paul supporters will climb over three or four mountains to cast their ballot for him. what's your thought on this? >> i love mike, but i couldn't disagree more. the reason is that in iowa you have some of the most extreme republicans in the country. these people would come out in a tornado. when they make up their mind and they have their candidate and this is the smallest sliver of people who will participate in any primary or caucus an
bailey hutchison is a republican from texas. good to see you again. you just heard lindsey graham. is this going to pass? >> erin, i think it will. i do think we'll come together. i don't think anyone wants to stop this tax cut that people are expecting. and at this point in time i think we will pass it but we will pay for it. we're not going to let the social security system go further into a deficit position. and that's, of course, where the problem is right now. >> but let me ask you how we're going to pay for it. the democrats have put forth that millionaire surtax idea which is very popular among voters. republicans say no way. and instead the republicans have said they want to freeze federal salaries. democrats have not been open to that. here we are with a few days left to go. how are you going to pay for it? >> certainly i don't think we should be taxing people that we're trying to get to hire more people. so many of our small businesses pay on the individual tax return. so what we're trying to do is freeze federal salaries, including members of congress. we think that is
pretty good. we were the national champions in job creation back in texas. and i'm ready for the next level. let me tell you, i hope i am the tim tebow of the iowa caucuses. >> on that note, he got an applause, and viewers, let us know what you think. will he be? what do you think of everybody else in that debate as well. thanks to all three, appreciate it. >>> "outfront" next, breaking news, congress appears to have a deal to prevent a shutdown and a payroll tax extension, but there's something that smells really strange about this. >>> and a war of words between republican senator john mccain and russian prime minister vladimir putin. putin calls mccain crazy. >>> and the latest developments in the case of florida's missing mother, michelle parker. her father, brad, comes "outfront." ve. how about a plan with my name on it? can we start with realistic goals, please? show me how to keep more retirement money in my pocket. now and down the road. those are my terms. then this is your place. td ameritrade, where millions of investors plan for retirement on their terms. [ male announcer
the finger at people including republican from texas michael burgess and a member of the tea party caucus who voted today proudly and openly so to reject the senate's two-month payroll extension. i asked him just a little bit ago whether his vote was all about politics. >> i was satisfied that we got the message across that what the senate did was not satisfactory. people do need more than two months of stability. >> look, everyone agrees that a two-month extension is not acceptable and it spoke to a lot of the problems in washington, but this is a big but, representative boehner had come to a deal with the senate republicans and said he could get it through the house, the to-month extension, so they passed it and went home and who raises their hand and said yes? >> well, you have to ask the speaker and he is perfectly capable of speaking for himself on this, and you have, erin, identified the problem, that it is difficult the get a resolution on these things. answer me this, is it any easier in 60 days' time? >> why couldn't congress have this conversation earlier? i mean, did you, for examp
this weekend to texas instead of campaigning here in iowa and adding all of it, it is clear why mitt romney may do well in the state and run the caucuses. >> well, the stakes are high, but i want to get to romney's image, because his wife has been out in iowa with him today while former massachusetts governor went on to new hampshire. she has been doing, jim a little bit more campaigning lately, and does that at all help soften his image? >> it does. you know, one of the big criticisms of mitt romney is that he is too robotic, and so they have gotten ann romney out there, and she has gone out at many campaign events and told the stories about how mitt romney was by her side when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and he is kind of the frugal family man who knows how to handle the family's budget and never the mind ta fact that this family is worth a quarter of a billion dollars, but yes, she has been out and the campaign trail and one of the most potent weapons, but what is really interesting about how mitt romney may pull this off in a iowa, he pulled out all of the stops in '08 and spe
in iowa and that is texas congressman ron paul and i want to point out this passage from his book from the 1987 from his book. he's a victim of his own lifestyle and the same individual victimizes innocent citizens by forcing them to pay for his care. can this come back to haunt him like those news laters? >> absolutely. they're haunting him right now. libertarian philosophy is more about individualism. it's principled and ron paul has been one of the greatest advocates of that over the last 20 years. it's a shame that this has also been going on at the same time. printing and publishing and statements like this that will not just tarnish ron paul, but will tarnish libertarianism and they'll have to answer for ron paul and these issues. >> finally, what do you make of it. every single one of these candidates has been nasty, hating on ron paul over the last couple of days. you shrug and it's par for the course. >> one, he's a front-runner and he's the front-runner in iowa and success, some of his views is outside the mainstream and it's easy for them to attack him. it doesn't mean they'
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